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As a new church we desire from the outset to exist not merely for our own spiritual enrichment but for the sake of revealing Christ to the community and world around us.
At the heart of our outreach is Christ’s bias for the poor and those on the margins of society (see Matthew 25:40). As followers of Christ and expressions of His love, we seek to be aware of, serve and witness to poor and marginalized people in our midst and in the places we are called. We also commit to praying for neighbors, brothers and sisters worldwide who are persecuted for their faith, and church ministries and communities we partner with through outreach.
Our desire for Restoration is a church body that is actively engaged in living out God’s call on our lives. We seek to encourage Restoration members in articulating and embodying the hope and love of Jesus Christ–wherever we find ourselves. Concretely, we aim to support members working in organizations advancing our outreach vision and focus areas locally and globally. In supporting individuals and partner organizations, we place great value on the role of indigenous churches and will seek to work closely with and through them
For more information about any aspect of Outreach at Restoration contact Liz
- Want to know what we’re doing as a church? read the 2013 Outreach Guide!
- Praying for people: pray for those we encounter every day – neighbors, shopkeepers, bus drivers… Look out for opportunities to prayer walk, pray in teams, pray for healing… talk to Liz
- There are lots of ways to volunteer with Casa Chirilagua, or email email@example.com
- Interested in JUSTICE? check out Just Neighbors
- Persecuted Church: Use the Barnabas Aid prayer guides daily to help us pray for specific people and situations – available at the church.
- Weekly Outreach Good Idea: there is (nearly!) always one on the bulletin every week - aim to do it and then tell us how it went…